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Jan 26, 2013 6:00pm PST
fled the extremists' attack on education. the extremist excuse-- public schools weren't islamic enough. the schools in the north are closed. >> closed, closed, because that's why they are here because all the schools are-- they attended were closed. >> reporter: no one has been turned away and classes here are overflowing. this eighth grader is from the town of gao. "we're not get anything news from there," though, she tells me. all communication has been cut off. but in the 24 hours since we spoke to her some good news. gao has now fallen to the french and mallian forces. it was a rout. the islamic extremists in most areas appear to have fled into the desert rather than dig in and fight. the question, of course is what happens after that. mallians are very much afraid the extremists will regroup in the desert and then come back as a violent insurgency, the kind of thing we've already seen in afghanistan and iraq. jim. >> axelrod: elizabeth palmer reporting for us from mali tonight. thank you. later, veterans of war are finding new roles as teachessers. basketball great lebron james sh
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